Police have confirmed Hendrix Atutolu, 23, and Pia Korewha, 29, were the two people killed in a West Auckland crash on Wednesday morning, when the car there were in struck a power pole on Henderson Valley Road, NZ Herald reports. Atutolu was father to a young son, and Korewha worked in traffic management – an essential worker during alert level 4 restrictions. “She always had a kind heart for people, always there when someone needs a hand,” shared one friend. Atutolu and Korewha are among nine people who have died on New Zealand’s roads since the country entered lockdown on August 18.
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